Corporation Commission

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Corporation Commission


(74424) NOTICE OF HEARING Cause CD No. 133,003 Before the Corporation Commission of the State of Oklahoma.

Applicant: Wheatland Oil Co. Relief Requested: Pooling. Legal Description: SE 1/4 Section 7, Township 22 North, Range 6 West, Garfield County, Okla homa.

STATE OF OKLAHOMA TO: All persons, owners, producers, operators, purchasers and takers of oil and gas and all other interested persons, particularly in Garfield County, Oklahoma, and more particularly Sarah Rich; Terry Whaley; Gary D. Baugh and Irene Baugh; Dan Mitchell, Jr. and Donita Mitchell; Messer-Bower Realty Company, Inc.; Gretchen Triplett Creamer; Jean Hiersteiner, Joan Greenblatt, Richard D. Rothchild, Bertha N. Rothchild, Carol Hillman, Eugene B. Berkley and Caroline Berkowitz; The Firestone Tire

& Rubber Company; Bill N. Humphrey and J.A. Humphrey; Lester L. Davis and Helen L. Davis; International Mining Corporation; Pedia-Dent Company; Carl Brantley and Carla E.A. Brantley; Northwest Oklahoma Blood Institute Inc. and Dr. H. Leland Steffen; Harold H. Brueggemann, Warren E. Brueggemann, Charles W. Branch, R. Gail Wintermute, Jeffifer Lynn Branch, Shannon Dee Shock, and Dianna Kim Branch; Paul R. Schroeder and Judy A. Schroeder; Robert E. Anderson and Patricia G. Anderson; Manufacturers Guild, Inc.; Donald T. Stevens, Jr. and Sally Ann Stevens; John Harold Haddad, Helen Haddad and Jimeel Michael Haddad; Robert M. Herlihy and Mary Herlihy; St. Mary's Hospital of Enid, Oklahoma, Inc.; Adorers of the Blood of Christ of Wichita, Kansas, Inc.; The Grayson Missionary Baptist Church of Enid; Eureka Guyton and Zollie Guyton; Oklahoma Gas & Electric Company; Arthur W. Storer and Lucy T. Storer; Eva A. Thomas; Robert V. Wagner and Shirley J. Wagner; A.P. Hunt and Pamela Hunt; James Leonard Hunt and Sue E. Hunt; Paul Franklin; Milton Wolff, Diane Wolff, Cynthia Wolff and Stuart H. Wolff; W.B. Anderson; Paul C. Anderson and Helen Anderson; Vieginia Ruth King, Doris Catherine Con rad and Garrison Everett Munger, Jr.; Garrison Everett Munger, Jr. and Jane Munger; Frantz C. Conrad and Doris Catherine Conrad; Virginia Ruth Ribariu Munger; Ford DeVaughn Invest ments; D. …

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